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SCSI 70 ghz hard drive

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Sean1016, May 9, 2007.

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  1. Sean1016

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    My computer is not recognizing my SCSI 70 ghz drive. It keeps saying PXE-E61 failure check cable. It worked fine last night, I reformatted my secondary IDE 40 ghz drive and I could not get my computer to start. I had to disconnect my SCSI drive and setup windows xp on my IDE 40 ghz drive to get my computer to start. It still doesn't recognize my SCSI drive. I need help.
     
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    Ok, you installed windows on an ide drive. Did you install the drivers for your scsi card AND does the card show up as working in device manager?

    BTW the pxe msg pertains to the system attempting to boot from a network. As Rich posted you may have had a drive / cable failure.
     
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